Frequently Asked Questions

A hackathon is best described as an “invention marathon”. Anyone who has an interest in technology attends a hackathon to learn, build & share their creations over the course of a weekend in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. You don’t have to be a programmer and you certainly don’t have to be majoring in Computer Science.

QuantumHack will be hosted on August 28-29, 2020, completely online. All you need is to create a Discord account to communicate with our QuantumHack community.

Anyone! If you’re reading this, you can attend. This includes people who have never been to a hackathon before. You do not need to be an expert to participate, and the people at the event are super friendly. We have mentors and helpers to support you, so please do come over!

Attendees must abide by the Devolfio Code of conduct . We want to respect each other and keep QuantumHack a safe environment for all participants.

Yes, the projects must be done in 24 hours after the competition starts and must stop at the declaration of the conclusion of 24 hours.

We welcome all software and hardware hacks that align with our tracks.

Yes, the projects developed on each of the six tracks must be focused on the track.

You may only apply to one track, and we will only consider you for the track you pick. We highly encourage you to apply to the track that best fits your goals. If you are unsure which track best suits you, apply to the open track.

If you are unsure which track best suits you, apply to the open track. Participants are welcomed to come up with new and practical ideas for any real world problem of their choosing and contribute to it .

Besides the six themes that we have designed for our competition , there are additional challenges posted by our sponsors.

You just need a device that can connect to the internet to get in on the action!

Plan ahead! Inform your team members about the situation and try to collaborate as much as possible. Just make sure to download all developer tools in advance!

There is no restriction to use any language, technology stack, or libraries. You can use any of them to create the web/mobile application.

If you love to code, you are more than welcome to participate in the Hackathon.

Of course you can! We at QuantumHack ensure that no one is left behind during the hacking, thanks to our mentors and volunteers who help us achieve the same. We make sure that you learn the best you can alongside having fun and experiencing what it feels to belong to a community.

That’s normal. Most people don’t have an idea before they get to the event. But once you start talking to other people, you might come up with something. You can also work with somebody else on their idea if you like it. And there will be sponsors prizes at the event which might help give you some ideas. Don’t worry about it, you’ll find something to work on.


The team must contain a minimum of 2 members and a maximum of 4 members.

Not to worry! You’ll get in touch with people online. Everybody’s very friendly. Join our discord channel and we will help you pair with other hackers and build your team before the hackathon starts.

No. In the interest of fairness, students should not be working on their projects before the competition begins. However, you can familiarize yourself with all the tools and technologies you intend to use beforehand.

You are free to work on any project you like, however we require that all Devfolio submissions be projects that were made during the hackathon and uniquely for the hackathon.You cannot work, copy, or iterate on past projects. Using your APIs or third-party APIs is allowed, as long as the project is entirely new.Only projects created during the event will be eligible for prizes.

No. You do not have to pay anything to anyone to register for the hackathon.

Unfortunately, we will not be able to provide hardware this year. If you have access to hardware and would like to use it in your project, hardware submissions are more than welcome. If not, we'll be offering lots of other online resources and can't wait to see what you come up with.

Yes , you have online for the entire duration on the Zoom platform , except for sleeping hours (Out of 24 hr hackathon , a minimum of 16 hour presence is required).

You just need a device that can connect to the internet to get in on the action!

For that they need to be accepted, RSVP, check-in after which the option is visible on the dashboard itself. You have to develop the application and submit on the Devfolio platform with the following essentials:

  • (i) A Github link of your project
  • (ii) Youtube link of your project demonstration
  • (iii) Screenshots and instructions to run the application

Additionally, it is optional for you to submit your project’s live website too.

No only one member can submit with a team name while submitting.

Yes, the demo is required during project submission. You should provide a Youtube link of your project demonstration.

Yes , it can be accessed on the following link : Here

We’ll be hosting a variety of workshops ranging from introductory to advanced topics facilitated by our amazing sponsors and mentors. There will also be interesting tech talks by industry leaders from different companies that you may attend to get a break from your project grind. In addition to useful workshops and talks, we have a ton of fun activities planned for you, such as games, contests, and more! QuantumHack is much more than just a hackathon – we want it to be an event that you’ll thoroughly enjoy while expanding your skillset and network.

The certificate will be provided to all participants while the swags cannot be provided to international participants i.e. outside Nepal.

Join our discord channel and ask organizers directly on ask-organizer channel or drop us a mail at and we would be more than happy to answer your queries. Also, feel free to write if you'd like to volunteer for the event or be a mentor or judge!

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